The right to be forgotten may apply all over the world

The Swedish Data Protection Authority (DPA) has checked how Google handles the "right to be forgotten", i.e. the possibility to have search results deleted. The DPA concludes that if Google is required to delete the result of a search, it may also be necessary to delete the search result when searches are made from other countries outside of Sweden.

Country: Sweden

Domains: Privacy

Tags: DPA, Sweden, right to be forgotten, investigation

Posted on Tuesday 9 May 2017

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